Capital Normal University

Capital Normal University (CNU) is located in Beijing, Beijing Province, China. It is locally known as 首都师范大学. The university was established in 1954. It is accredited by Beijing Municipal Commission of Education.

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University Name Capital Normal University
Name in Local Language 首都师范大学
Acronym CNU
Year Established 1954


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Address 105 Xisanhuan Beilu, Beijing, Beijing Province, China
Phone +86 (10) 68902792
Fax +86 (10) 6842 8574
Website Capital Normal University Website
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International Students Allowed Yes
Student Body Men and Women
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